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» Protests Over Incinerator Rattle Officials in Chinese City
07/05/19 17:46 NYT > China
Riot police were deployed in the city of Wuhan after days of street protests. But officials are also promising that residents’ concerns will be heard.

» Protests Over Incinerator Rattle Officials in Chinese City
07/05/19 17:46 NYT > China
Riot police were deployed in the city of Wuhan after days of street protests. But officials are also promising that residents’ concerns will be heard.

» ‘Prospective Threat’ of Chinese Spying Justifies Huawei Ban, U.S. Says
07/05/19 15:16 NYT > China
Government lawyers argued in a court filing this week that proof of wrongdoing by the Chinese tech giant was not required to justify barring federal agencies from using its gear.

» Hong Kong Celebrities Who Support Protests Pay a Heavy Price From China
07/05/19 14:09 NYT > China
For many stars whose careers depend on mainland China, the blacklisting of a Cantopop singer served as a warning that the Communist Party has a low tolerance for political dissent.

» What Denise Ho, Jackie Chan and Other Celebrities Think About the Hong Kong Protests
07/05/19 14:09 NYT > China
For many stars whose careers depend on mainland China, the blacklisting of a Cantopop singer served as a warning that the Communist Party has a low tolerance for political dissent.

» For Hong Kong Celebrities, Supporting Protests Comes With a Cost
07/05/19 14:09 NYT > China
Denise Ho, a Cantopop singer, has championed the protesters. But she is blacklisted in mainland China, and few Hong Kong stars have been willing to follow her lead.

» The Week in Tech: What Should Your City Do if It’s Hit by Ransomware?
07/05/19 13:00 NYT > China
Taking a principled stand against hackers can be expensive, but paying a ransom could lead to more trouble.

» Hong Kong Is a Work in Progress
07/05/19 10:21 NYT > China
The city’s unique arrangement with mainland China is worth protecting — even if it is harder to put into practice than anyone anticipated.

» Trump Is Losing His Trade Wars
07/05/19 00:06 NYT > China
The pain is real, but the coercion isn’t.

» The Peacemaker at the Center of Hong Kong’s Turbulent Protests
07/04/19 11:18 NYT > China
Roy Kwong, a 36-year-old legislator, has emerged as a hero for the city’s youth and a leading voice for moderation during the political crisis there.

» Alek Sigley, Australian Student, Is Freed From Detention in North Korea
07/04/19 04:37 NYT > China
Mr. Sigley, whose family raised alarms last week after losing contact with him, declined to say on Thursday why he had been detained.

» As Protests Rock Hong Kong, Xi Jinping’s View of History Shows He Will Dig In
07/03/19 11:55 NYT > China
There are increasing signs that China’s patience toward the protests in Hong Kong is wearing thin.

» As Protests Rock Hong Kong, Xi Jinping’s View of History Shows He Will Dig In
07/03/19 11:55 NYT > China
There are increasing signs that China’s patience toward the protests in Hong Kong is wearing thin.

» Why China No Longer Needs Hong Kong
07/03/19 10:00 NYT > China
The mainland Chinese economy now dwarfs the city’s, and rivals are usurping its status as a hub of global finance.

» Hong Kong Protesters Take Stock After Arrests and China’s Condemnation
07/03/19 08:01 NYT > China
The question is whether the largely leaderless protest movement can maintain enough unity and public support to push its demands.

» Hong Kong Protesters Take Stock as Police Announce More Arrests
07/03/19 08:01 NYT > China
The question is whether the largely leaderless protest movement can maintain enough unity and public support to push its demands.

» Hong Kong Has Nothing Left to Lose
07/02/19 16:30 NYT > China
Inside the protests, I heard a collective roar of rage against a government that has failed, by design, to represent its people.

» China Snares Tourists’ Phones in Surveillance Dragnet by Adding Secret App
07/02/19 15:00 NYT > China
Border authorities routinely install the app on the phones of people entering the Xinjiang region by land from Central Asia, gathering personal data and scanning for material considered objectionable.

» China Calls Hong Kong Protesters Who Stormed Legislature ‘Extreme Radicals’
07/02/19 12:40 NYT > China
The remarks were a stern warning after weeks of demonstrations in Hong Kong against a contentious bill that would allow extraditions to mainland China.

» To Evade Sanctions on Iran, Ships Vanish in Plain Sight
07/02/19 09:00 NYT > China
Empty tankers, arriving in the Strait of Hormuz, suddenly stop reporting their whereabouts. When they re-emerge on the grid, their tanks appear full.

» Li Keqiang, Chinese Premier, Reaches Out to Trump and Business
07/02/19 07:35 NYT > China
Vague pledges from the country’s No. 2 leader suggest a willingness to appear conciliatory at a fraught time, and a need to reassure a worried Chinese public.

» Trump in Asia: ‘We’re the Hottest Show in Town’
07/02/19 00:00 NYT > China
The president at times stretched, ignored or made up facts, but in Japan and North and South Korea, he pursued an agenda of breathtaking ambition.

» What the Hong Kong Protests Are Really About
07/01/19 21:11 NYT > China
Chinese people in Hong Kong live better than any in Chinese history. This gives moral force to our way of life.

» Education, health fees among key concerns
12/12/17 00:59
China to legislate on preschool education

» International group praises green revival
12/12/17 00:46
A high-level international advisory body applauded China's efforts to improve the environment and suggested a 15-year strategy against pollution in a draft recommendation report on Monday.

» Beijing, Moscow drill for potential missile warfare
12/12/17 00:41
China and Russia kicked off their second joint computer-assisted anti-missile drill on Monday, a move experts said could deter potential missile threats amid rising tensions on the Korean Peninsula.

» Memorial Day a time to 'remember', 'inspire'
12/12/17 00:39
A memorial service to mark the 80th anniversary of the Nanjing Massacre committed during the War of Resistance Against Japanese Aggression (1931-45) brought together hundreds of activists and members of the Chinese and other Asian communities on Sunday in San Francisco.

» More military technologies targeted for civilian sector to boost economy
12/12/17 00:38
China will strengthen innovation by developing high-tech industries with military technologies to boost military-civil integration, a move that aims to cultivate new growth drivers and boost the economy, said a recent State Council guideline.

» Dangerous stunts get thumbs-down from video platforms
12/12/17 00:36
Multiple social media and video streaming platforms will limit who can view videos that depict dangerous stunts - and may even prohibit such material - in an effort to discourage imitators.

» Taiwan's New Party vows to help improve relations
12/12/17 00:33
Top political adviser Yu Zhengsheng met with a Taiwan delegation representing the island's New Party in Beijing on Monday to discuss the peaceful development of cross-Straits relations and how to achieve the "great rejuvenation" of the Chinese nation.

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